Gary Numan: Android In La La Land

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SAT 6th AUG, 8.15PM/

SUN 7th AUG, 5.45PM

IRISH PREMIERE

Q&A

Steve Read, Rob Alexander, UK, 2016, 85’

At the end of the 1970s, Gary Numan found himself as one of the world’s biggest-selling artists, “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” and “Cars” were huge hits, no-one had heard, or seen, anyone like him. Asperger’s syndrome helped forge Numan’s ambition, his music and image, but it brought problems. At a time when the public knew little about the condition, the press labeled him a freak, one paper suggested his parents should have been doctored for giving birth to him. Depression, near bankruptcy and a period in the wilderness followed. Then Numan fell in love with his biggest fan, and married her…

 

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Steve Read started out as founding art director of hugely influential men’s magazine LOADED and has since won numerous awards and accolades as designer, photographer, and film director, working together with Rob Alexander on his debut feature ‘Knockout Scousers’ for Channel Four.

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Rob Alexander has worked in media production for two decades. For BBC radio he has produced documentaries on the political nature of  Hip-Hop’s Public Enemy, explored the story of Elvis’ manager Col Tom Parker and Beat Poet publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti.  He most recently produced the Grierson 2014 nominated feature THE MAN WHOSE MIND EXPLODED (Film4 UK/Netflix US).

 

Director: Steve Read & Rob Alexander

Producer: Rob Alexander

Camera: Steve Read

Editor: Ollie Huddleston

Sound: Rob Alexander

Music: Gary Numan

 

 

Website: www.androidinlalaland.com

Saturday 6th Aug, 8.15pm, Cinemobile, Headfort House

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Sunday 7th Aug, 5.45pm, Adam Room, Headfort House

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